IT hints and tips March 2016
To help keep you up to date with the latest IT Training information, we’ve put together some useful tips, tricks and general updates. If you’d like to know more about what we offer in the IT Training team please feel free to email us at email@example.com.
CRM Training – Working with Data
This month we successfully ran our new CRM training session titled ‘Working with Data’ to a set group of staff from the DPO department. As of June (this year!) we will be opening this session up to all staff, so keep an eye out for future dates added to the online course booking system.
The session covers the following features:
- Quick find/filtering
- Advanced find
- Saving and sharing views
If you would like further information on this training session, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Canvas Training for Executive Education staff
Canvas training has begun for Executive Education staff. The system is being rolled out in phases so program managers and assistants can only expect an invitation to training in line with their programme rollout dates.
Programme Directors and Client Directors will being given separate sessions in line with their involvement with Canvas. More information will come directly from Muhammad Ajmal and Jacob Gage in due course.
MS PowerPoint– How to set up recordings
Did you know you can set up recordings in MS Power point 2010? If you have a sound card, microphone, and speakers, you can record your PowerPoint presentation and capture voice narrations, and slide timings.
To turn on ‘Record Slide Show’, go to the ‘Slide show’ tab, and click the ‘Record Slide Show’ down arrow.
You have three options:
- Start recording from beginning.
- Start recording from Current Slide
- Clear (This is greyed out unless you have previously recorded some slides. Be careful when choosing clear, as you can permanently delete your narrations or timings.)
A ‘Record Slide Show’ box will appear, check or uncheck the boxes for your recording. And click Start Recording.
At the top of the left corner of the slide, you can use the Recording took bar to:
- Go to the next slide
- Pause the recording
- Re-record the current slide
If you would like more information please go onto this URL below:
Related article from support.office.com: https://support.office.com/en-gb/article/Record-your-slide-show-in-PowerPoint-9d136e4a-9717-49ad-876e-77aeca9c17eb